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Author Archives: marynevaire
In my junior year of high school, my English teacher wrote on top of my first essays, “Show, don’t tell!” in red ink and, it seemed to me, with relish. When I reread the paragraphs I’d written, I didn’t see …
Waging War on the Internet Posted June 19, 2012 Matthew Inman might be the next Sun Tzu. The Seattle resident and founder of TheOatmeal.com publishes webcomics about everything from “How to Pet a Kitty” to “How a Web Design Goes …
Facebook might have a new relationship status with its investors Did you see The Social Network? Watching it made viewers root for the Winklevosses and cheer for Eduardo Saverin. Mark Zuckerberg came off as a socially inept jerk, greedy and …
Attack of the Meme Oh, the Internet meme. How we love them, until, you know, they’re absolutely everywhere and lose their cleverness. But don’t worry. The next big meme is already out there! How did memes get started? I searched …
Posted on January 30, 2012 by mary nevaire Media Relations in a Social Media World In the 1950s, the model of communication between PR representatives and the media could be drawn in a simple black and white chart. Then, charts …